Junqua-Diffusion Internationale RJ.02 Volucelle


In 1987, Roger Junqua and his son Jean-Claude presented a small, all-wood two seater canard at the International Amateurs Builders air show in Brienne-le-Chateau in France.
The "VOLUCELLE", as it was called, with its futurist lines, after testing, turned out to be an excellent airplane. However, it remained a prototype which was used as a research and test-bed airplane for the development of the "IBIS".